All aboard and keep an eye out!
Take a boat from Morston Quay to catch the red and white boats from Temples, the local qualified boat crew will share their local knowledge about the Seals. Both Common and Grey Seals can be seen basking on the end of Blakeney Point.
Seals usually spend 90% of their time out of water and happily basking in the sun, so you’ll be sure to spot one in North Norfolk!
The Grey seals will have their pups in the months of November and December, so the weeks following up to these months and Christmas are the best time to see them – remember to wrap up warm!
Seals will usually swim around the boat and are also known for being very inquisitive animals. Don’t forget to take picture or ask your teacher as this is the perfect time to get them in action.
This seal trip is unquire and perfect for all ages, a rare opportunity to visit wildlife in it’s natural surroundings.
We are most known for our ‘Out of the classroom’ outlook on studying. We have always used local locations and environments to bring student into direct contact with geographical or environmental issues in a fun way, giving opportunities or discovery.
- Working as part of a team
- Environmental awareness
- Communication and brainstorming
All offsite visits are very local to Hilltop and on A & B roads. Group leaders are covered by Hilltop insurance if they are over the age of 21 and have a full driving licence. On arrival you will be required to complete a transport policy form and you shall receive a vehicle familiarisation brief from the Hilltop Staff.
Relax and take in the beautiful woodland setting of Hilltop, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooking the North Norfolk Coastline. Based at our woodland Lodge centre which is in keeping with its natural surroundings, we trust you'll be pleasantly surprised by the modern, well cared for centre. Our helpful and friendly team are dedicated to your group to ensure your day is a real success.